WSJ Examines ‘Invisible Wall’ That Keeps Women from CEO Roles



The Wall Street Journal reported on the reasons why so few women lead companies as CEO, citing not only a glass ceiling but an “invisible wall” that holds them back.

According to the report, companies often have “stepping stone” positions that lead to the CEO title, to which women are rarely appointed.

These roles often include profit and loss responsibility, according to the report.

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